Yesterday saw Port Vale come away from MK Dons with all three points for the first time since the Dons were established.
It was also the first win on the road for Vale this season, as they ended a run of six games without picking up maximum points away from home.
The Valiants won 1-0 thanks to another Alex Jones strike, his seventh in eight appearances for the club.
After the game, manager Bruno Ribeiro was delighted with his sides performance as they moved back into the play-offs.
He said: “I’m very happy, this win is for players because it is fantastic, we work hard every day and I know I say this every week, but they are fantastic.”
“With this team we can win home and away, because this attitude when we play as a team and are organised, it is more easy to win.”
Vale had to defend well to keep their one goal lead intact, as the team defended and kept their shape to keep the Dons at bay.
This was something Ribeiro was pleased with and believes that his team are proving the doubters wrong at the moment.
“Our organisation was good, we could have scored one or two more, but we won the game and that’s is more important, the three points.
“We are fourth in the league and that is fantastic, because at the start of the season, some people thought we might only have 4 or 5 points at this stage, but now we have 20 and all these wins are for the players.”